Is 30-Day Treatment Effective?
One of the most common reasons people delay getting themselves help is the cost. However, money doesn’t have to be a reason to continue suffering. Besides paying the full cost upfront with cash, there are three ways to get your recovery paid.
First, there is private insurance. Companies like Aetna, Cigna, United Healthcare, and Blue Cross Blue Shield cover addiction treatment. You can find more about your insurance coverage by calling our helpline at 1(888)906-0952. You’ll be connected directly to an admissions line at a trusted treatment center.
Medicaid (AHCCCS) and Medicare
Of course, private insurance is not always an option. When you’re uninsured, you should look into the Medicare and Medicaid programs. These are government-funded programs to provide specific demographics with access to healthcare. In Arizona, the Medicaid program is called AHCCCS. We have several treatment centers that we work with that take Medicare and Medicaid (AHCCCS). You can get through to a treatment center that accepts AHCCCS admissions by calling now.
Finally, if you do not have insurance and you do not have an option to be enrolled in Medicaid or Medicare, there are treatment centers that offer financial assistance in some form. Many centers will set up a payment plan for you, so you don’t have to come up with everything all at once. Others might offer a sliding fee scale, meaning you’ll pay based on your income. Either way, you don’t have to let your finances prevent you from receiving care. Call us today if you’d like to discuss your financial options.